Guests may enjoy coffee tastings from our in-house espresso bar, Catalyst Coffee Bar, while four featured artists talk about their works on view in the "Personal Space" gallery exhibit. Presenting artists scheduled:
Jerry Benner, photography
Tracy Farmer-Luster, photography
Philly Alex Johnmeyer, painting
Michelle Streiff, painting
You don't need to be an athlete to effectively protect yourself!
In this workshop, geared for those without previous self-Defense training, we discuss and demonstrate basic tips and techniques to make sure you can remove yourself from a physical confrontation and get home Safe!
We focus on simple and effective responses you can remember.
Hwy 61 Roadhouse’s 7th Annual Freeze-Que includes a BBQ contest to benefit Carney’s Kids Foundation, live music from 2 Hoosiers & a Hatchet (Sat 1-5p) and Kent Erhardt & The Bluemoon Blues Band (Sun Noon-4p) and great raffles!
The Greater St. Louis Chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (or NORML) invites you to a Trivia Night on Saturday, January 28, 2017, from 5:00 P.M. to 11:30 P.M., at the VFW (Veteran of Foreign Wars) Post 3944 in Overland at 10817 Midland Boulevard. There will be FREE beer and snacks all night long with lots of prizes.
A maximum of eight (8) people per team or $200 per table. $25 per person gets you in the door with free beer and snacks, but not to play. Must be 21 to drink. 18 to enter. Decorate your own team table and bring your own food! No drinks brought in though.
The Greater St. Louis NORML's Trivia Night is a fund-raiser for Project-22.org. Twenty two veterans on average commit suicide every day. Project 22 is an educational initiative to show how cannabis can be used as medicine to treat PTSD and other mental illness symptoms caused by exposure to combat military service.
Tickets available at Project-22.org or visit Project-22.org on Facebook for more information.
Acclaimed songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sara Watkins' new album, Young In All The Wrong Ways, out July 1 on New West Records, sees her boldly stepping in to the role of frontwoman following the collaborative groups of Watkins Family Hour and the Platinum-selling, Grammy Award-winning Nickel Creek, which she first formed with her brother Sean Watkins and Chris Thile when she was just eight years old. Easily her most cohesive and fully realized album of her solo career, it is also her most powerful, personal and revealing; she wrote or co-wrote each of the 10 songs – a first for her. Watkins calls the new collection "a breakup album with myself..." and writing and recording these ten intensely soul-baring songs was a means for her to process and mark the last couple years, which have been transformative. These songs contain some of the heaviest moments of her career, with eruptions of thrumming B3 organ and jagged electric guitar. But it’s also quiet, vulnerable, tenderhearted.
Acclaimed director/choreographer and 2016 Tony Award winner Christopher Wheeldon brings the magic and romance of Paris into perfect harmony with unforgettable songs from George and Ira Gershwin in the show that earned more awards than any other musical in the 2015 season.
Shows are Tuesdays thru Saturdays at 7:30 PM and Sundays at 6:30 PM, with matinees on Saturdays at 2 PM and Sundays at 1 PM.
Paul Bonn & The Bluesmen Singer, composer and entertainer Paul Bonn has been playing in the St. Louis area for many years and continues to entertain audiences with his low-down blues style. Paul Bonn & The Bluesmen features Paul on vocals and percussion, John Higgerson on guitar, Sharon Foehner on bass, and Derek Bonn on drums. Their material includes original songs as well as traditional blues, soul, R&B and Cajun covers. The band members have years of experience touring regionally, nationally and worldwide with St. Louis as their home base. The band plays on a regular basis at Hammerstone's (located in the St. Louis historic Soulard district). They play on both sides of the river at various venues and events. This band is best experienced in a live setting where you can enjoy their energy and show. Their unique style sets them apart from other St. Louis bands
Recent graduates of the Yale School of Music, Thomas Flippin and Christopher Mallett return for a fourth time, serving again as role models for thousands of students in our underserved St. Louis City and North County neighborhoods, with school visits January 25-26-27. St. Louis favorites, they return with music of Bach, Joplin, and a world premiere from Clarice Assad
Ticket Prices: $28/$24 Seniors + and FT Students
Sponsored by: The Saint Louis Classical Guitar Society
Benefit for Giant Steps of St Louis, a school for autism. Suggested donation of $20
Music provided by Cree Rider Family Band, Bottoms Up Blues Gang, Grass Fed Mule, and the Dust Covers.
Local Irish playwright, Patrick Conroy, has written a powerful new play in tribute to the 100th year anniversary of the Irish Revolution. The 1970’s and 1980’s were a turbulent time in Irish History. The Irish Republican Army (IRA), a paramilitary organization seeking civil rights for its people and the reunification of Ireland defended their areas against the occupying British Forces. This fictitious story tells of the chance encounter of a young British Soldier and a recently retired IRA operative. Their personal struggles, their lives and the lives of their families quickly become entangled and entwined. This play attempts to describe the thoughts and actions of people caught up in roles not entirely of their choosing. In war, there are no easy answers and lives are forever changed.
CEFC boys will be performing live music from rock to country blues to funky.
Featuring: Jonzey, LoopRat, Bobo, and more
The Wilhelms (Andy Ploof and John Wendland) will be playing original songs and some well-chosen covers on guitar, mandolin, dobro, and harmonica. In addition, Maureen Sullivan will be joining them on a few select songs.
Saturn V Rockets
sounds like drugs. like, good drugs.
Bantam Foxes (NOLA)
twin brothers play electric guitars. also there are fuzz pedals.
rock / roll / etc / etc
$5 / 9pm /
Western Medication (Nashville, TN)
Oh yeah! Returning to our town, Western Medication brings that lovely chorus drenched pop that harkens back to the 80s goth movement with an underlying positivity conquering the dread and sets the feet to dancing! Bound to be one of the highlights of the winter season.
Glowing One (St. Louis)
Occupying the space between gloom/high energy, drone/ripping solos, pep/doom, Glowing One is the gray matter of punk. One of the hottest new bands from this year!
Persh (St. Louis)
Wall of haze punctured by vocal wails and guitar trills! The feeling of disorientation righted by structure, symbolism explained by experience, and dynamics versed by nurture. Wait what??
Laumeier Sculpture Park presents an outdoor exhibition by local sculptors Alison Ouellette-Kirby and Noah Kirby at the Amphitheater in the Way Field for the 2016 Kranzberg Exhibition Series. The sculptural installation features a massive sheet-metal megaphone with an interactive audio element. The speaker is inspired by previous work in their Tone Deaf series that explores the noise and notions of communication, incorporating a mechanism that translates and projects the visitor’s voice into a harmonic birdsong as a response to the flora and fauna in the Park.
Laumeier Sculpture Park presents an indoor multimedia exhibition consisting of photographs and videos by artist Mohau Modisakeng in the Whitaker Foundation Gallery at the Adam Aronson Fine Arts Center. The Soweto-born, Cape Town-based artist creates lush, elegant photographs and videos that reimagine the black body in contemporary society. Modisakeng is often the actor in his simple performances that express issues of rebirth against the historical trauma of colonization and apartheid.
One relationship, limitless possibilities. When Roland and Marianne meet at a party, a multiverse of potential outcomes unfolds. Each choice they make unlocks a series of branching paths — some wonderful, some tragic. Nick Payne’s genre-busting new play explores these alternate universes with wit, wonder and an overflowing sense of life.
Shows are Tuesdays at 7 PM, Wednesdays thru Saturdays at 8 PM, Sundays at 7 PM, with matinees on Saturdays at 4 PM and Sundays at 2 PM.
Miller’s breakthrough play is a searing and deeply personal search for morality with shattering repercussions. During World War II, factory owner Joe Keller makes a questionable business decision that costs the lives of American airmen overseas. His misdeed leaves his family fractured as they grapple with the consequences of his actions.
Shows are Tuesdays at 7 PM, Wednesdays thru Fridays at 8 PM and Sundays at 7 PM, with matinees on Saturdays at 4 PM and Sundays at 2 PM.
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